Ease of Living Index 2020: Bengaluru is best city to live in India, Pune second on list

According to the Ease of Living Index 2020 prepared by the ministry of housing and urban affairs, in cities with a population of less than a million, Shimla was ranked the highest

Press Trust of India March 04, 2021 15:51:49 IST
Ease of Living Index 2020: Bengaluru is best city to live in India, Pune second on list

The IT capital of India has pushed the earlier top ranker Pune to number two. PTI

New Delhi: Bengaluru topped the list of 111 cities in the government's "Ease of Living Index" on Thursday, followed by Pune, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Surat, Navi Mumbai, Coimbatore and Vadodra.

According to the index released by Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, Shimla was ranked top in the category of cities with "population less than million".

New Delhi Municipal Council topped the "Municipal Performance Index" list in the "less than million population" category.

Indore was ranked top on the "Municipal Performance Index" list in the million-plus population category.

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